About Nokia 8.3 5G

Nokia 8.3 5G was announced on March 19, 2020.

  • Display: 6.81 inches, Pure Display, FHD+, 20:9 Aspect Ratio
  • Network Technology: GSM / WCDMA / LTE / 5G
  • OS: Android 10
  • Dimensions: 171.9 x 78.56 x 8.99 mm
  • Memory: 64GB 6GB RAM, MicroSD card support up to 512GB
  • Main Camera: 64 MP (Main Camera), 2 MP (Depth Sensor), 12 MP (Ultra Wide), 2 MP (Macro)
  • Selfie Camera: 24 MP
  • Battery: 4500 mAh, non-removable
  • Price: From €399.99

The Nokia 8.3 5G isn’t the most exciting phone you’ll read about this year, but with strong specs and a large screen there’s plenty here to appeal to those looking to upgrade to 5G with a handset that won’t break the bank. That said, a meager storage offering and an annoying Google Assistant button mean it’s not a device without its frustrations.
- Tech Radar: Nokia’s first big step into the world of 5G - October 08, 2020.

The Nokia 8.3 5G is a good phone, but not much beyond that. It's a pretty enticing package when looked at in a bubble, but as soon as you start factoring in other available devices, its luster quickly vanishes. It's a fair choice if you want a giant Android phone with good performance and battery life for $700, but outside of that, your money is better spent on something else.
- Android Central : Nokia 8.3 5G review - November 16, 2020.

The Nokia 8.3 5G has plenty of positive points: it offers a smooth and powerful experience on some of the best hardware we've seen this year. It's an accessible device that will offer a gaming experience close to flagship devices, with a big display that's also very capable. It's also a software win, with no bloat. But arriving later in the year, the competition is already established, all with similar specs: the Moto G 5G is cheaper and has better battery life, the OnePlus Nord is cheaper and has a better display and camera, the list goes on. If Nokia had launched this device in April it would have felt right, but at this point in the year the launch price is too high. Instead, what feels like a good phone faces the challenge of bad timing. If you want clean software and a big display on your 5G mid-ranger then certainly consider it, but the competition is stiff.
- Pocket-Lint : Our Verdict - September 22, 2020.

Software is another of the Nokia 8.3 5G’s strengths. HMD Global is one of the last holdouts for the Android One program, which ideally operates a lot like Google’s own Pixels do with fast updates.
- TomsGuide : Nokia 8.3 5G Software - February 26, 2021.

Options to sync Nokia 8.3 5G with Outlook

There are several ways to use Nokia 8.3 5G with Outlook and Office 365.

1. Sync with Outlook App on the Phone

If your Outlook folder is an Exchange or Office 365 folder, click here for a detailed setup guide to sync with Nokia 8.3 5G.

2. Sync with Google

For IMAP and POP3 folders, you can sync Outlook Contacts and Calendar with Google. Then on the phone, use Android Contacts and Android Calendar. Click here for a detailed setup guide.

3. Direct USB Sync using CompanionLink

For any foldder type, CompanionLink can sync Outlook Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes. This works with any version of Outlook.

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Last modified: May 12, 2022 7:39 am